Perhaps one player whose performance fell slightly under the radar was Matt O’Riley. The Danish internationalist bagged a duo of assists and post-match, he could be seen mimicking the delightful cross his teammate Palma put in for Oh:
The post-match antics of Matt O'Riley never cease to amuse me.
In these clips, he attempts to re-create the Luis Palma wonder cross, which led to our fifth goal, during the lap of honour at today's Celtic – Aberdeen game. pic.twitter.com/hCHdqXJgmh
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The ball in from the 23-year-old was greatly pleasing to the eye. With some skill and finesse, Oh was found by Palma at the back post with utmost accuracy.
The centre-forward couldn’t miss when the ball fell to him as he nodded home with power from close range. Since joining Celtic, Palma has come up with a number of moments such as these.
He stands out for his flair, and it is finally time that someone at Celtic in modern-day history has adorned the number seven shirt and impressed when doing so.